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March 29, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 29 1934 MURDER CHARGES IN STAVISKY CASE 2 Men Held in Slaying of Judge Prince, "Man Who Knew All." PARIS, March 29. (.T)--Under- World trails into the haunts of the "Stavisky gang" led today to murder charges against two men suspected of slaying Judge Albert Prince, "the man who knew all in the Stavisky scandal." Gaetan L'Herbon de Lussats, a native of Monaco, who is called "Baron," and Paul Carbonne Bona- venturc, a Corsican, were locked up after an all night grilling by secret police. A. third man, Francois Paul Splrito, was held at Marseille. Two Argentines, whose names were not disclosed, also were sought. Police said they believed the investigation would lead to discovery of a "mafia" among Paris gangsters. The name of Cumberland state park in Kentucky has been changed to Pine Mountain park to avoid confusing it with Cumberland tails state park. FRIDAY ONLY 12 NOON TO 5 P. M. '- Direct From the Mill--Exceptional Offer THE NEW GLOVE FITTING STOCKING Bring 99c ana receive two pairs of new Reel Fashion Glove Fitting Stockings.. AH stockings are 300 needle pure thread silk, cradle sole, reinforced toe. heel and sole. French heel, ravel stop top; noted for extra long- wear. Should you wish only one pair, bring 69c. Service and chiffon. Seasonable spring shades. 2 PAIRS STOCKINGS FOR 99c ONLY 3 JPAIBS TO A CUSTOMER MULLANEY SHOP First Quality Pure Thread Silk 11 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY 13 ACTRESSES WAMPAS STARS Named Out of Field of 38 Nominees by Picture Association. HOLLYWOOD, March 29. UP)-Thirteen young motion picture actresses today set out to justify their selection as the baby wampus stars of 1934. Out of a field of 38 nominees they were named last night by the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers as the-most likely to reach stardom in 1934. In gaining the honor they passed .the critical inspection of 113 publicity men and writers. They now face the big test--that of pleasing America's movifi fans. Judith Allen. Hollywood: Betty Bryson. Los Angeles; Jean Carmen, Portland, Ore.; Helen Cohen, New York; Dorothy Drake, Santa Monica, Cal.; Jean Gale, San Francisco; Hazel Hayes, La Crosse, Kahs.; Ann Hovey, Mount Vernon, Ind.; Lucille Lund, Buckley, Wash.; Lu Anna Meredith, Dallas, Tex.; Gigi Parrish, .Cambridge, Mass.; Katherine Williams, Everett, Wash., and Jacqueline Wells, Dallas, Tex. To this group the association added the names of six alternates. They were: Jean Chatburn, Hanover, Mich.; D o r o t h y Granger, New Xork; Neoma Judge, Minneapolis; Lenore Keefe, Indianapolis; Mary Kornman, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Irene Ware, Pelham, N. Y, Fire Damages Tower. NEW HAMPTON, March 29.-Fire damaged the Chicago, Great Western railroad company tower here Wednesday afternoon. The estimated damage was $280. "Keep in Mind... the Mason City Globe-Gazette Free Cooking School Starts Next Tuesday, April 3" Doors Open at 1 P. M. Daily MRS. PAULINE ROHRS, Instructor GIFTS DAILY AT HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Bring Pencil and Notebook -Firms Co-operating at the School D': K. Lundberg Co. Peoples Gas Electric Co. ,Vance Music Company 'American Beet Sugar Co. Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Currie-Van Ness Co, Jacob E. Decker Sons Letts Spencer Smith Co. . Northwest Savings Bank Damon's, Inc. Hermanson Bros. Dairy Michael Drug Company .Pfaff Baking Company Mason City Baking Co. Kemble's Greenhouse .laques Manufacturing Co. K. C. Baking Powder Morton Salt Company Morton Salt Salada Tea Company. Inc. Salada Tea John Gallagher, Inc. Mason City Hardware Co. Lyons Launderers Dry Cleaners Mier Wolf Sons Blanchard's Jewelry E. B. Higley Co. Myers Beauty Studio Mason City Bottling Co. Iowa Tea Company Klipto Loose Leaf Co. J. C. Puth Company Carl Grupp Food Market La Choy Food Products, Inc. La Choy Chop Suey and Chow Mein Pillsbury Flour Mills Co. Pillsbury's Best Flour Pillsbury's Cake Flour The Creamette Company Creamettes FIFI LOSES BATTLE WITH LAW Sobs, screams, and a barrage of flying coat-hangers and cold cream jars greeted a deputy sheriff in Cleveland when he sought to serve a writ of attachment on Fifl D'Orsay, film actress. Here is Flfl In her dressing room after the battle. The deputy holds her fur coat. (Associated Press Photo). Iman Yahia Favorite in Desert War Ibn Saud Not Given Look in for All His 100 Wives. PORT SAID, Egypt, March 29. (jpj The odds are on the Iman Yahia of Yemen, says his rooters. They don't concede Ibn Saud of Hedjaz and Nejd a lookin, for all his 100 wives. Be that as it may, the hot fight on central Arabia's scorching desert sands is attracting a lot of interest here. _ ',. "Tahia, an Arabian ruler pictured by his enemies as a sort of Scrooge of the desert, is doing battle with Ibn Saud in fierce border warfare. At present they are going at it in the pricipality of Asir, a region claimed by both. Discipline Superior. Yahia's boosters say his method of discipline is superior. He is said to hold one child of every tribal chief as a hostage, under threat of putting it to death if the chief rebels. Ibn Saud, it is said, looks upon this with distaste and calls it unhu- manitarian. His mind runs to different methods. He is popularly declared to have married ,100 wives, picking them from various tribes so as to cement the bonds of loyalty. To be sure, the story goes that he divorced all but three, -but that makes little difference. Divorce under these circumstances is not considered as casting dishonor on the released wife. Heavily* in Debt. Ibn Saud, reputedly most gener. ous and as a result heavily in debt, .s contrasted with Yahia. The latter spends little and is reported to have $50,000,000 in the royal treasury jesides a personal fortune mounting nto millions. The Iman's followers point proud ly to his trained army of 10,000 saying Ibn Saud has to rely on tribal warriors. But ibn Saud'a ad mirers predict a smashing victory as soon as the king can get awaj from religious ceremonies now tak ing place and assume personal com mand of bis men. Time Extended to May 1 for Loans on Corn in Ten States At Mason City THEATERS their run Friday at the Palace theater. ^i V O ·HE COULDN'T TAKE IT" IS FAST COMEDY PICTURE Scheduled for its showing in Mason City "He Couldn't Take It" Is billed Friday and Saturday at the Iowa theater. This should be a fast moving comedy with plenty of action. Virginia Cherrill, Ray Walker and George E. Stone head the cast. » * * "Madison Square Garden," one of the features to show Friday and Saturday at the Strand, includes in Its cast many famous celebrities of the sporting 1 world. Among them are Jack Kearns, Jack Johnson, Mike Donlin, Billy Papke, Damon Runyan, Westbrook Pegler and others whose names will be familiar to you. "Girl Trouble," western with a new team of stars, Bud and Ben and their horse, Starlight, complete the program. t » ? 'Rip Tide," with the implied connotation of a "rip tide" of emotion which causes Norma Shearer to carry on an affair with Robert Montgomery although she is married to Herbert Marshall, begins a four day engagement Saturday al the Cecil theater; (At least, that might be one explanation for the title of the film.) * * # TWO FINE FEATURES SCHEDULED AT PALACE Edward Everett Horton and Edna May Oliver should provide one o the best comedies to reach Mason City for some time in "The Poor Rich" which starts a four day run Saturday at the Palace on the sam bill with, "Four Frightened People, 1 the latter a thrilling jungle picture Jackson County Most Law Abiding in Iowa DES MOINES, March 29. UP)-Jackson county was given credit b Park A. Findley chief of the stat bureau of investigation, as the mos law abiding county in the state Findley said Jackson was the onl; 1 county which had not requested aid from his department since he took office in January, 1933. Superintendent of Factory Not to Be Paid for Injuries DES MOINES, March 29. /T-B. Funk, state industrial com- Tissioner, held that Jesse J- Hamton, superintendent of the LeRoy armer Canning factory at Tipton, vas not entitled to compensation nder the workmen's compensation aw for Injuries received while he ·as labeling cans in' the factory in une, 1933. . Hamilton suffered a fractured ig. The industrial commissioner "eld that Hamilton as factory su- erintendent stood in a "represen- Atlve capacity" for his employer, and was barred from the law's lenefits. Sold for $25 a Ton. NASHUA, March 29.--Thirty- hree tons of clam sheUs gathered from the Cedar river by the Demro brothers in 1930, when shells were worth $90 a ton, were sold to the button factory at 'Muscatine the past week for $25 a ton. Injured While Maying. THORNTON, March 29.--Shu ley- Schumacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. M. Schumacher of Thornton, received a severe internal injury while playing on the teeter totter on the school grounds. She wjs taken to a Mason City hospital and operated on Tuesday evening. ·"""By B. J. P. BARRYMORE, BAINTER, MERKEL OUTSTANDING "This Side of Heaven," showing through Friday at the Cecil, presents virtually perfect acting in every role. Fay Bainter, making her picture debut in this picture after several years experience in starring roles on the stage, demonstrates a world of ability, as does Lionel Barrymore, while Una Merkel proves her versatility in the part of "Birdie," the maid -with the southern drawl. Henry Wadsworth and Mary Carlisle provide some of the most amusing shots. Bing Crosby and Lannie Ross.are seen in short subjects on this bill. ' : An array of talent sufficient to make any" picture a success does just that for "Heat Lightning." Ann Jvorak and Aline MacMahon both ive fine performances, as do the lembers of a very strong aupport- ng cast. "Coming Out Party" with ts New Tork setting provides a leasing counterpart for the desert ilm Frances Dee and Alison Skipworth do well These pictures finish ,* ,,, LOCAL MOVIE 3 CORNERED MOON" DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Sunset Inn, Manly SATURDAY, MAR. 31 RAY KEYES and Hla Orchestra BIG EASTER DANCE MONDAY, APRIL 2 SPIDER KURTH and His Orchestra TUESDAY, APRIL 3 BENNETT GBETEN Ladies 35c Gents 40c BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY «/~l · 1 A TWO OtIN ACTION Ijtirl WESTERN DRAMA! Trouble" FOB EVERYONE! with "BCD" t "BEN" Md "STARLIGHT" AlSO THIS FEATUSE Sonl of a gnat city! When| e-flshtt, races and clrcuMl great masses of people! 3 O O O O O O O Q . C With. JACKOAKIE THOMASMHCHJW MARIAN NIXON ZASU PITT* WIUUMCOUIER" C ° MAE ! WEST "I'M KO ANGEL" WASHINGTON, March 29. _. The time for making loans on corn m 10 states has been extended until May 1 by the Commodity Credit corporation. The original date of expiration was April 1. Producers'' loan documents sent to the corporation must bear a postmark not later than April 30, to be accepted, the corporation announced. Banks and other lending agen cies, however, may make' loans up to May 1 and the corporation will accept the paper if properly tendered on or before June 30 to any loan agency of the RFC designated to handle such loans. The loans are to be made in -Iowa Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas, Colorado, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio. . Rites for A. F. Madera Are Held in Plymouth PLYMOUTH. March 29.--The funeral of A. F. Madera was held Wednesday afternoon at the M. E. church. Mr. Madera had always lived on the old homestead. The Rev. T. C. Collister officiated at the funeral and buria! was in Oakwood cemetery, A BLAZING NEW STAR ELECTRIFIES THE SCREEN! "HEAT Lightning" Tlie dramatic thunderbolt with ALINE McMAHON ·ANN DVORAK - PRESTON FOSTER GLENDA FARRELL - IAXE TALBOI FRANK MeHUOH - RUTH DONNELLY NOW SHOWING Look ' 7 the «centi ' ana s« vital actually goes on at A "COMING OUT PARTY" with FrancesDee Alison Skipworth COMING SATURDAY I Gene Raymond f Harrv Green / CECIL B. DE MILLE'S "FOUR FRIGHTENED PEOPLE' « if " CLAUDETTE COLBERT Edward Everett Edna May HORTON OLIVER "THE POOR RICH" D A N C E Clear Lake Country Club SATURDAY and SUNDAY March SI and April 1 Al Hamilton and his orchestra --Favorites of the South. Coming from down there where they have palm and fruit trees, snowy white cotton fields, and year 'round resorts. Southern melodies featured. 40c Per Person FAY WALKER VIRGINIA CHERRILL GEORGE STONE --in-"HE COULDN'T TAKE IT" /Comedy -- Cartuon -- Spurt -- * LAST TIME THURSDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "BAFTER ROMANCE" ana "KENNEL MURDER CASE" STAHTS SUNDAY "ANN VICKERS" CECI A drama al family lilt Mint mliht bt your own! NOW SHOWING · Ends Friday ·she Found a New Meaning in That Flaming Thing Caned THIS SIDE .(/-HEAVEN "J ~. with \ FAY BAtNTER MAE CLARKE TOM BROWN Starts SATURDAY SPECIAL EASTER Attraction -V .iv NORM A 'HEAREK p . H O B E B T ^.MPNTGOMERY JllPTIDC rlfF - W H E N A WOMAN L O V E S with i H E R U E R t M A R S H A L L Mrs. Patrick Campbell The \ Screen's Foremost Artist gives yon her greatest licture! She dares to live for TODAY leaving yesterday in the past and tomorrow to be dreamed of! THE CECIL THEATRE Management is pleased to announce that it has secured for a coming (attraction, the season's finest picture production-"AS THE EARTH TURNS" JEAN MUIR WitS - DONALD WOODS 'I "Its engagement is bound to be one of the SEASON'S MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS ... and one that should have the patronage of every theatergoer in Mason City and nearby towns. THIS IS ONE PICTURE THAT IS FREE FROM "HOKUM" and "BUNK" ... A Picture OF Everyday People and FOR Everyday People \V*TCH FOR THE PLAY DATE OF THIS OUTSTANDING ATTRACTION:

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